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About Tommy Whittle Quintet
Tommy Whittle (b. Oct. 13, 1926) is a British jazz saxophonist. Whittle was born in Grangemouth, Scotland and started playing clarinet at age 12 before taking up the tenor saxophone at 13. He moved to Chatham, Kent at 16 and in 1943 started playing in the dance hall band of Claude Giddins in nearby Gillingham. During the 1940s, Whittle played with Johnny Claes, Lew Stone, Carl Barriteau and Harry Hayes (Last.fm)